The section of table that you posted adds model numbers for rev F and G and correct E model numbers.
In many cases, what people are looking for in a table, is engine code number, ECU code number and part numbers for those and maybe internals part numbers.
The articles are a collection of articles mostly from British media, I've read them before. Where it gets confusing is that at least two of them do not actually refer to a stock Spec C, but to a Spec C that has been modded by Litchfield.
Litchfield is not only a tuner, but also an importer into the UK. So It's confusing, when you look at a "Litchfield special" to see whether it's output is what the car had when it was stock in Japan, or what Litchfield tuned it for.
In this case, they added an exhaust and tuned for UK gas.
Also, the units can be allover the place in different articles, in some you have BHP, in some you have PS.